Anatomy: Eye is the first of three short films telling unusual and compelling stories which explore how sexuality and the body work together as driving forces in the creative process. All stories told touch upon a wide range of human experience and emotion and venture well beyond the boundaries of traditional arts documentaries. The three films, Eye, Mind and Face, showcase the work of four of Australia's talented new generation of filmmakers.
Artscape: Anatomy: Face is the final in a series of short films telling unusual and compelling stories which explore how sexuality and the body work together as driving forces in the creative process. Directed by Adele Wilkes, one of Australia's talented new filmmakers Face is a kaleidoscopic documentary a singular portrait made up of many faces which delves into the private and public worlds of everyday human sexuality. The focus is on the people involved in Beautiful Agony, an ever expanding collaborative art project that collates self portraiture video recordings of orgasm faces.
NERVE is a film about London-based Australian photographer, Paul Knight, and his ambitious project, Proposition. Knight has built his artistic career on pushing the boundaries of sexual representation.
Journalist David Farrier stumbles upon a mysterious tickling competition online. As he delves deeper, he comes up against fierce resistance, but that doesn't stop him getting to the bottom of a story stranger than fiction.